History 2: People, Places and Things
Backstory
capitalism
Holy Roman Empire
Protestant Reformation
absolutism
Martin Luther
Counter Reformation
a.k.a. Catholic Reformation
Henry VIII of England
Elizabeth I of England
Spanish Armada
30 Years War
The Sun King
Bourbons
Henry IV of France
politique
Edict of Nantes
Louis XIII
Estates General
Cardinal Richelieu
bureaucracy
propaganda
Louis XIV
Cardinal Mazarin
the Fronde
Palace of Versailles
Jean-Baptiste Colbert
mercantilism
Huguenots
Edict of Fontainebleau
Wars of Louis XIV
Rhine River
War of the Spanish Succession
“Balance of Power”
England
Parliament
Puritans
Stuarts
James I
"Wisest fool in Christendom"
Charles I
Charles II
James II
"warming pan baby"
Primogeniture
Gentry
Short Parliament
Oliver Cromwell
Restoration
The Glorious Revolution
Dissenters
Test Act
Exclusion bills
William of Orange (William III of England)
Succession Crisis
Whigs
Tories
The Netherlands
HRE Charles V
Philip II of Spain
United Provinces of the Netherlands
Amsterdam
Dutch West India Company
Dutch East India Company
Spice Islands
Hugo Grotius
Descartes
Spinoza
Rembrandt
Vermeer
Scientific Revolution
Claudius Ptolemy of Alexandria
geocentric universe
heliocentric universe
Brahe
Copernicus
Galileo
Kepler
Isaac Newton
Paracelsus
William Harvey
Enlightenment
Enlightened Despot
Frederick the Great (Frederick II of Prussia)
War of the Austrian Succession
Peter the Great
Catherine the Great (Catherine II of Russia)
Voltaire
Montesquieu
Jean Jacques Rousseau
Denis Diderot
Isaac Newton
John Locke
Edward Gibbon
David Hume
philosophes
salons and coffee houses
Maria-Theresa of Austria
Josef II of Austria
England and the Industrial Revolution
Dissenters
Hanovarians
The Georges
Robert Walpole
suffrage
Second Agricultural Revolution
three-field system
James Hargreaves and the Spinning Jenny
Richard Arkwright
guilds
Industrial Revolution
James Watt
Luddites
Adam Smith
“Wealth of Nations”
laissez-faire
France and Revolution
tax farmers
Seven Years’ War
Louis XVI
Marie Antoinette
American Revolution
Marquis de Lafayette
Estates-General
Third Estate
National Assembly
Tennis Court Oath
Bastille
Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen
Edmund Burke
Jacobin Club
Robespierre
The Terror
guillotine
sans-culottes
Directorate
Napoleon Bonaparte
18th Brumaire
Battle of the Nile
Horatio Nelson
Duke of Wellington
Napoleonic Code
plebiscite
Battle of Austerlitz
Battle of Trafalgar
Battle of Waterloo
Elba
St. Helena
Congress of Vienna
19th century "isms"
Conservatism
Romanticism
Liberalism
Adam Smith
Jeremy Bentham
Thomas Malthus
Samuel Smiles
Socialism
Nationalism
“Dual Revolution”
Louis XVIII
popular sovereignty
bourgeoise
Charles X
Revolution of 1830
Louis-Philippe d’Orleans
Revolutions of 1848
Napoleon III
Georges Haussmann
Suez Canal
Sir Robert Peel
Poor Law of 1834
workhouses
Reform Bill 1832, 1867, 1884
Queen Victoria of England
Great Exhibition of 1851
Benjamin Disraeli
William Gladstone
Ottoman Empire
Crimean War
Otto von Bismarck
Austro-Prussian War
Franco-Prussian War
Battle of Sedan
Alsace-Lorraine
Junkers
German Confederation
"the pen, the sword, the mind"
German Reich 1871
Giuseppe Mazzini
Giuseppe Garibaldi
Camillo de Cavour
Piedmont-Sardinia
Russia
Alexander I
Decembrist Revolt
Nicholas I
“slavophiles” v. Westernizers
Alexander II
serfs
pogrom
anti-Semitism
Nicholas II
Russo-Japanese War
Critics of Liberalism
Marxism/Karl Marx
"Communist Manifesto"
proletariat
communism
Charles Darwin
“Origin of Species”
Herbert Spencer
Social Darwinism
Sigmund Freud
Albert Einstein
New Imperialism
Boer War
20th century
The Great War
Triple Alliance
Triple Entente
Kaiser Wilhelm II
Serbia
Sarajevo
"no man's land"
Rupert Brooke
Robert Graves
Wilfred Owens
propaganda
T.E. Lawrence
Gallipoli
Woodrow Wilson
submarine warfare
League of Nations
Treaty of Versailles
Article 241
Reparations
Weimar Republic
The Russian Revolutions
Nicholas II/Romanovs
Revolution of 1905
"soviets"
Rasputin
February Revolution
Alexander Kerensky
Vladimir Ilyich Lenin
October Revolution
Bolsheviks and Mensheviks
Leon Trotsky
Josef Stalin
Five Year Plans
The Interwar Years
freikorps
Ruhr Valley
hyperinflation
Dawes and Young plans
Gustav Stresemann
Benito Mussolini
fascism
Adolf Hitler
Nazi Party
totalitarianism
cult of personality
Reichstag
Krystalnacht
Spanish Civil War
"Guernica"
Francisco Franco
Anschluss
World War II
Sudetenland
Joseph Chamberlain
Munich/appeasement
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
blitzkreig
Dunkirk
Winston Churchill
Battle of Britain
Normandy Invasion
Vichy France
Pearl Harbor
Siege of Stalingrad
Harry Truman
Hiroshima
Potsdam Conference
Yalta Conference
The Cold War
Iron Curtain
Berlin Airlift
Marshall Plan
Konrad Adenaur
Mao Zedong
Taiwan
Korean War
Cuban Missile Crisis
Vietnam War
Ho Chi Minh
SALT Treaties
Mikhail Gorbachev
Berlin Wall
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